At twenty, Ivy Knight feels as if she hasn’t accomplished anything of worth. Her life stretches on before her, empty and pointless. Though her faith in God and her mental abilities have been strengthened, she still doubts herself. Does God have a purpose for a socially awkward, often confused and frightened young woman?
Jordy McAllen has just returned to Scotland after his education in London. Though he has accomplished a lot for a farm lad such as himself, he fears that what everyone has always said about him may be true: he won’t really make a good doctor. Determined to prove himself, Jordy snatches up the opportunity to become the doctor in the village of Keefmore near his parents’ farm.
Helping Jordy with his work at Keefmore seems like the perfect opportunity for Ivy. Still, she doubts herself. Is there a purpose to Ivy’s life?
Beyond Her Calling is the fourth book in The Chronicles of Alice and Ivy. However, it can function as a stand-alone.
Genre: Christian Historical Romance
Era: early 1880s (late 1882)
Setting: England (Kent) and Scotland
Age-Range: 13+ (teen)
A clean and pure Christian historical romance with:
-friendship to romance (which is actually based on love)
-mental disabilities rep
-cows (and being afraid of cows)
-small adorable children
-siblings and best friends and both at once
Where can I buy Beyond Her Calling?
Beyond Her Calling is currently only available on Amazon.
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Is Beyond Her Calling a clean book?
Absolutely! It’s a pure romance with a focus on friendship.
There are three kisses in this novel, one of which is somewhat detailed (for Christian fiction not for general market; it’s tame for secular). Hero/heroine are attracted to each other and think about it several times though it’s completely appropriate. A scene where a character is drunk, treated as inappropriate.
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